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    The movie follows a late night airport shuttle ride home as it descends into darkness.Ā What's going on and where are they headed? Guns, knives, chains, a tattoo, and medication play in the resolution.
    Duration: 107 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 5.6
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  • Actors of "Shuttle"

  • Characters of "Shuttle"

    Driver. Character of Shuttle
    Played by: Tony Curran
    Mel. Character of Shuttle
    Played by: Peyton List
    Jules. Character of Shuttle
    Andy. Character of Shuttle
    Played by: Cullen Douglas
    Matt. Character of Shuttle
    Played by: Dave Power
    Seth. Character of Shuttle
    Played by: James Snyder
    Serene Man. Character of Shuttle
    Played by: Tom Kemp
    Deaf Girl. Character of Shuttle
    Played by: Kaylan Tracey
    Mother of Deaf Girl. Character of Shuttle
    Young Doctor. Character of Shuttle
    Played by: James Ryen
  • Directors of "Shuttle"

    Edward Anderson. Director of Shuttle
    Edward Anderson
  • Creators of "Shuttle"

    Edward Anderson. Director of Shuttle
    Edward Anderson
  • Critic Reviews of "Shuttle"

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    March 19, 2009

    The film is an efficiently engineered mechanism for creating suspense.

    AV Club
    March 19, 2009

    When the payoff finally arrives, it seems tasteless not just because of its topicality, but because the shock feels unearned.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    March 19, 2009

    There is no release for the audience, no 'entertainment,' not even much action excitement. Just a remorseless march into the dark.

    Boston Globe
    March 12, 2009

    Shuttle mostly exists, in the words of Alfred Hitchcock, to 'put the audience through it,' but it leaves you in a very different place than where it started and with remarkable economy of effort.

    Seattle Times
    March 12, 2009

    Shuttle is a grim and twisted exercise in high-stress terror that falls just short of the torture-porn subgenre.

    Los Angeles Times
    March 06, 2009

    If you step aboard Shuttle, be prepared for one heck of a ride filled with suspense, action and ever-escalating terror. With this ingenious thriller, Edward Anderson, who wrote the heist flick Flawless, makes an audacious directorial debut.
    September 07, 2009

    Boasts a killer premise and better than average acting, so it's all the more disappointing that Anderson proves unable to avoid annoying horror movie pitfalls.

    Movie Habit
    April 21, 2009

    Immediate frights and long-lasting dread are still not quite enough

    What Would Toto Watch?
    April 02, 2009

    Hop aboard this Shuttle if you're in the mood for one unsettling ride.

    Film Blather
    March 30, 2009

    The characters are aggressive and mostly smart, the villain is fearsome and hateful, and the premise ('An airport shuttle ride descends into darkness') is brilliantly simple.

    Urban Cinefile
    March 21, 2009

    Well conceived thriller, Shuttle takes the familiar situation and develops it into terrifying ordeal

    Movie Retriever
    March 19, 2009

    Shuttle could have worked but it is so bogged down with clichƩs and predictable twists that it comes apart at its illogical seams.

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